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2013: A Year In Review

Tonight we will ring in a new year. The year 2014 looks promising for cattlemen. The corn bubble is bursting, beef supplies are tight, and demand remains strong in our global markets. It’s an exciting time to be in the beef cattle industry, and I can’t wait to see what the New Year brings.


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As we say goodbye to 2013, I thought it would be fun to highlight the top 10 BEEF Daily blog posts in terms of viewer traffic of the past year. From fluffy cows, to the winter storm Atlas, to animal rights activists bullying livestock producers, here are the most popular blog posts from 2013:

1. Jamie Oliver Says McDonald’s Burgers Unfit For Human Consumption

2. Debunking UGG Boots And Their UGGly Reputation

3. Early South Dakota Blizzard Leaves Thousands Of Cattle Dead

4. Dodge Ram Super Bowl Ad Gets Mixed Reviews

5. PETA Terrorizes Teen Boy In Louisiana

6. Is The #FluffyCow Trend Good For The Industry?

7. Is Grass-Fed Beef Really Healthier?

8. Carrie Underwood Gets Political On Tennessee Ag Gag Bill

9. Six Reasons Why I Eat Meat Every Day Mondays, Too

10. What Do Carrie Underwood, HSUS & Obamacare Have In Common?

As you read through these blog posts, be sure to check out the comments section, as well. These posts were discussed, debated and analyzed by our readers, adding value to the blogs themselves. Feel free to add new thoughts to the discussion.

What are you looking forward to in 2014? Do you think it will be a good year for beef producers? Share your thoughts in the comments section below.


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